Global coverage is one of the major benefits of online shopping but unfortunately, as many online retailers struggle to get it right, the online experience can sometimes leave you feeling like you’ve missed out. Thankfully, a lot of online retailers are stepping up their game, offering customer a better experience and also lots of discounts (click over here for more info).
What if we told you you could do much better than that? The perfect solution? There’s always the traditional route, with the occasional special offer’ that offers some great deals on certain products.
There are also some more exciting ways to save and increase your return shopping, but we’re going to look at them a little differently, focusing on getting you some great bargains, getting you to shop online more often, and getting you to take advantage of the discounts on the products you love.
Take advantage of the price drops for your favorite beauty brands
We are constantly seeing great price drops on some of your favourite products. If you’re on a tight budget, these offer great prices on a product you can’t live without. This month, some of your favourites are:
Lorac Pro-X Illuminating Primer for $19.90 – one of the best value primers around. If you want a primer without the price tag, give this one a go. The Colour Pop Blur Proof Primer will set you back $3.99, but it’s a good primer at a great price. The Urban Decay Primer Potion is $14.90, and it’s one of the best values out there. The Urban Decay Tinted Moisture Foundation in 0.14 oz will set you back $24.99, but it’s a good value at a great price. The Makeup Geek Perfecting Powder in Light is $18.99, and it’s a good value at a great price. I love that most of these foundations have a matte finish, but you can find mattes in Sephora too. The Sephora Exclusive Sephora Collection is also a great value at $49.50. If you need something less expensive but comparable in performance, I would recommend the L’Oreal Infallible Cover All Foundation Stick. I’ve found that it’s not very good for deep skintones, though. It’s the same price at Sephora as the other foundation sticks but it’s not a dupe. It also isn’t nearly as light as my Cover FX concealer.